Duringlast week, Microsoft unveiled a with a stunning design and matching controller as well as a digital copy of the game. Preorders for the $550 Halo Infinite Xbox Series X bundle went live soon afterward, with stock dropping (and quickly selling out) at the , and .
As of Monday, we’re still waiting on preorders to go live at a couple of stores,and . Placeholder listings are live for both of these retailers, so stock could become available at any time. Keep an eye on these listings if you’re still hoping to preorder the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite limited edition. We haven’t seen a listing appear at GameStop, so it’s possible the retailer is waiting to sell the bundle at launch, but we’re keeping an eye out for a potential drop there as well.
Scalper pricing is already starting to spiral out of control, withexceeding $1,000 for the Halo Xbox Series X bundle. It’s unsurprising that resellers had a heyday with the limited-edition bundle, given how things have gone with next-gen console restocks over the past year, but it’s a disappointing reality all the same. As always, we do recommend holding out to buy the console bundle at list price if you can.
We’ll continue tracking availability for the new Xbox Series X limited-edition bundle. The console goes on sale Nov. 25, while Halo Infinite itself is out Dec. 8. In the meantime, here’s the current state of console bundle preorders.
Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle preorders
A listing for the Xbox Series X Halo bundle has appeared at Amazon. Preorders haven’t yet gone live yet, which means you’ll want to keep a close eye on this store page today.
An Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle listing has appeared at Best Buy. We haven’t seen preorders go live there yet, so you’ll want to keep an eye on that listing today as well. Stock could become available at any time.
Walmart’s Xbox Series X Halo Infinite bundle went up for preorder on Aug. 25 and quickly sold out. Walmart generally announces its console restocks ahead of time, and if it does another round for the Halo Series X console, we’ll include that information here as soon as we get it.
Preorders went live (and sold out) at the Xbox Store on Aug. 25, but you can check for availability below.
Preorders went live at Target on Aug. 25 and quickly sold out. You can check for current availability below.
GameStop hasn’t yet opened preorders for the Xbox Series X Halo-edition console, and there’s not even a listing online yet. This could indicate the retailer is waiting until the console’s Nov. 25 release date to sell the bundle, but it’s worth keeping an eye out for a listing to appear just in case.
In addition to the Xbox Series X Halo Infinite limited-edition console, Microsoft announced a. This gamepad has a different design from the one in the console bundle; instead, it’s green with a Master Chief-themed design and orange D-pad. It’s also out Nov. 25.
Seagate and Razer have teamed up with Microsoft to produce their own Halo-themed gear.has a similar Master Chief design in Halo green and will be available this October for $100 (2TB) or $160 (5TB). Meanwhile, Razer has a new headset option for Xbox players with the , which matches the game drive’s design and supports Xbox Wireless and Bluetooth 5.0 for low-latency gaming. It sells for $170, and you can preorder it now. Both products release this October.